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Sun, warmth and relaxation are just the start. More than 300 volcanic peaks create a fascinating lunar landscape on the “Island of Fire”, the landscape of which is tinged with pink, purple and ochre. Subterranean caves, tunnels and lakes entice the calmest visitors to seek adventure. For surfers, moreover, Lanzarote is the Canary Island with the most perfect waves. It is often rumoured that the island was once part of the lost city of Atlantis... come see for yourself!
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Do and see
In Lanzarote you can enjoy a wonderful mix of nature, culture and just simple relaxation. Experience the UNESCO Timanfaya National Park, visit the home of the world famous architect César Manrique or spend your days at the beach.
Timanfaya National Park
UNESCO designated the Timanfaya volcanic field a national park in 1993. The 200 square kilometre area affords an interesting geological phenomena and contains 180 types of plants. Only ten meters below, in the Earth’s interior, the temperature reaches 600 degrees Celsius! Timanfaya is a living laboratory for biological research. The area was completely destroyed by repeated volcanic eruptions between 1730 and 1736, and later in 1824. Not surprisingly, one of the peaks is called Fire Mountain.
Puerto del Carmen
Low, sugar-lump houses and over six kilometres of sandy, golden beaches: Welcome to Lanzarote’s tourist centre. Water sports such as windsurfing, diving and angling are popular here. There is much to offer when it comes to restaurants, nightlife and shopping. Good wines and evening strolls on Puerto del Carmen’s beach promenade – with a gentle sea-breeze, the sound of laughter and the start of nightlife – a life-affirming experience.
The César Manrique Foundation
The world-renowned architect César Manrique’s (1919-1992) studio and home house both his foundation and a fine art collection with works by, among others, Picasso, Miró and Chillida. The house is a perfect example of César Manrique’s art. Volcanic bubbles are incorporated into modern architecture. The building and garden were built on a lava pile from the period of volcanic eruption from 1730 and 1736.
Jameos del Agua and Cueva de los Verdes
One of the world’s most interesting cave formations is to be found 27 kilometres north of the capital, Arrecife. When the volcano Monte de la Corona erupted 3,000 years ago, a subterranean complex of caves and lakes was created – Jameos del Agua. One of them is 62 metres long and 21 metres high. Here you can find everything from courtyards to subterranean auditoria. Cueva de los Verdes is adjacent with its 7 kilometre long volcanic tunnel. There is a subterranean lake in the largest cave.
Castillo de San Jose Museum
This modern art gallery is housed in an old military fortress, built to support the island against Pirate attacks in the 18th century. The historical building combined with the contemporary artwork give this museum an exciting contrast.
Rancho Texas Park
Just outside Playa del Carmen you find this park with exotic animals such as white tigers, cougars and different reptiles. There are many activities for the whole family. Animal shows and horse riding are just a few and bring your bathing clothes so you do not miss the waterpark section.
Los Hervideros
The Los Hervidos pathways, built on cliffs inside underwater caves, give you the opportunity to watch the amazing show when water stream with a dramatic power into the cave. If the water is really rough the sound effect will be deafening.
Lanzarote is an island with perfect surfing conditions. The peak season with the best waves is between November and late March, but surfing can be done all year round. You find the best spots on the west coast and this is also where you will find several surfing camps and schools. One of the most popular ones is Surf School Lanzarote:
Lanzarote Airport
Lanzarote Airport is located in San Bartolomé. Every year around 5.5 million people land here and the airport is expanding rapidly. The local bus stops right outside the Arrivals Hall and the journey to Arrecife takes around 15 to 25 minutes. From there, there are connecting buses to holiday resorts such as, for an example, Puerto del Carmen. Taxis and car rental companies, like Avis and Europcar, are represented at the airport. Avoid taxis from other points than the taxi rank.
Public Transport
Distances on the island of Lanzarote are not great and getting about by local bus is easy. The transport network is reliable and good. Most places of interest are accessible by local transport, and all resorts are reached via Arrecife.
There are plenty of taxis in the large tourist resorts, but remember that public transport is good and often significantly cheaper. Furthermore, Lanzarote is well-known for keeping hire car prices low. Normally, you hire the car with a full tank and return it full. Lanzarote Taxi:
Post offices are generally open from 9 am to 9 pm except for Saturdays when it is open from 9 am to 2 pm. Stamps are also available from tobacconists. You will find post offices on all the main resorts. Post Office Arrecife:
There are several pharmacies across the island. To find which one is open 24-hour there is a list in each pharmacy displaying the one on duty for each day of the current month.
Country code: +34 Area code: 0928
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